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ie Peoples' Journ
J. AUL,DIN, ---Editor
T. iju dl MATHiENY, - 138. ]
.seril)tiou $1.00 -rAnnulI.
Advertiying R Ites 1iea1sOn)at
itured at the PoSt Olic aC Pick n
pI(,KENS, S. C.,:
TlzmIrsdaIy, Miarch, 26, 1903.
From thi titn, till crops a
ud by'' there will bo no i 110
There is no place liko homo -
>u hive in Pickons8. 1Ianvu yt
er thought seriouul%' Abot it?
-iml1 pox is still giving trouu
Inany places in this stato I
l,) sectiolls, it ha1s bet)In a ri i1.Ol
nperhI11 to lu1 siness.
.:vrytime it 1a!I the rot
e (l that mournful look whil(
m8 to indic-it that t.htey hav
had their .just. Share of at ten
rpasolablh co1promis, i1 t 1
it soilut.ti) ot' most cais n thi
il sidr of the colrt.. 'THo I'i,
recognli/' thi', ltmdl are plractc
in conformitV t11rt 0,
he little plow in) doi' Ilas
!k made a dreab,-l Showing, bum
111r alr ritless an i want. 1
running furrows with regultari
:ho progressiV' citizon pIush
own busilness, and recogniz!
t co-operation is the Sec."t (I
nuulnity progresS. This wit
anco the illtertts o' any comn
1 ii ty
W'hat are you doing for you1
"'.' What are you doing fo
:1mWun litY? If you never mov
growth, you will surely nooi
icli the r,aionable opportunitie:
11h.ch you are entitled.
Large citios were not built in 1
y, but in their building m:an
're the revelations made to peo
e looking ft)r just sUCh o1)portU
t:ea as are offered by Pickens,
't everybody talk the towu-the3
anot overrate it.
Court continued considerably
ger last week than the mnajority
the 'awv-:rs ati d other peoplte in.
'rse- :ught it would, buzt thhi
is dte, ".the main, to the faci
at somn cases had beeni trans
-red to Pi:kens from Greenville
d these consumed ai goodly por
u of this term
11he final presentment of th(
and Jury at this term of court
wvs a keen sense of appreciation
-.be duties of such a h.olv,ad
'iven to the reading puHAie this
ik,n order that the peop>N na
and know that their adTairs art
og guided by safe aind co:ser
mall en terprises bujild a town
y help every individual de*pen
t on the business of a comum
Open the way fur d.evelop,
it of small enterprises by u
ous advertisement of your neigh
iood. Do not be afraid ti
.k the adv' anitages of your lo
ty. Send it abroad-other
ht thereby be induced to cetmn
in comrit:g to Pickens, thp
ildluOt be deceived,
'he organizatoo 0 ofa camp o
ifederate Veteraus at Picker:
aks mrne eloque:tly for Pickeni
to anything we might say couh
'ak. The Veterans ol Pieken
inty do not propose to be back
rd in Contributing their help fii
ing honor to the Cause, and ii
a the ladies of the zommirunitie
jaCent to Pickens, and Picken
lies as well propose to do thei
mnost to assist in this worth
ovement. The fact that othe
.mps have been short-lived do(
>t argue that Pickens ought nc
organme et far as the veterat
the Civil WVar are concerned.
Drop in and see J. D. Holder
O., whose oices are at the Pici
Ths IRalrzoad headquarters, and tol
tem of the property you wan t t
l\ or let them know the kind
operty you want. They arei
* Real Estate business to at
floe the interests of the town an
Inty, and are entirely worthy<
q Cnfidence. If your prope:
t,' be sold, they will sell it f<
ata ery reasonab
They are incuirri
al. LIBERlTY (iO WiNt.
Wo congiatlulito tle towi
l,iborty 111)o hel' coin tit i)led grow
. io (oibling Of( the Liberty C
Igr. ton Mills i significalni of t he pi
p)r:rity of the mill14, andI Ilhe m11o
,i(. to ho s)nut in t 'he ie i enso w ill
cro to thlo atdval in)g of Ill) 'r
and as0an l' pIopl. Tina Iequisil
--- of R. C. Ca rtl)r Co.. an (i'I;IIrl r;
ing concen that propose >
husRI'i .4 on1 aIt n that will m1)f
"" thel fgenural d enni 111d , 111no y ltr:
ro esiic mIIIrcial i iII)ortalln'I, f>r1 It
to town a1n1 is an mid I i Ia ti
cole illo exi-ItI.' EElms . E <f Ii
if fact, fII t I,ibierly 1= t i'. Ir.I(l,. I..
tEr for i k I, ti': . tt! h"I .i got
t 1ry .
It, '. .. .. . . _..
I) TOiACCO) AS A CIlP.
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I ,t' rlit jt 1i1: >' II I l i:: , i t it,
I i'y ear. I t 11 311 II 1:; i( : ,;;111 : t , i
'OIi 'l I ilt , Ii:iit . dll' 'I t n( 1 :1 EIll;l
liE' that d rowirs (ery ttlei fOn i: hi
- liv. \' \l''l IiltlIII hIV l Inn lut kE it
- uo t .iI i t (cess ;, i r., I Ii a.r
P o y . \ 1e )- r)11. lt h li. 1.1 : ItI :11 --le l'
ttg ere thatd ai.. nir't :mi1:Mionbt
treli r nst' r;tat , i liv at
I'e' s it) Ilv r II:\e iv I l'iiiv II
meals rethaith ate tat
t u ' n t tat 11111d i-,ad s:li i>t lriwn h
proatepet fora ion,l Pihe4re tye
'0111e. lnt he m ll ' .d n a lt Si
set V. it co .l Ciia tl. I Pl. ))l
1\oli ews i11t \ 'i I k XI)I'I
(nit't i1 growing ("ltI'I liln)know t11h1
its toI l le lut I El11s5 lltI
n l'te'ld 'h n it l mai divtIle\1e'
sIlita 1n Of tIO )a nd f for
1 lll lft cultivtionl of t b c, e u r
tlle best gnality of ln , to l aktt it
growthi a1 Sucest's. T[hisl mean11
betttr lands st(d mors atthntion t
tho latndo that al( 't t ltiatId hi
meas more imOnt ing falringt i
means thatedio ( mu added1,o t th
prospthe Grand Juin itorslat
BeApoinel ethod o rlting ii
tetravagane kon~ hwpt thei'ml
present~ soard thf isunty coin
ilfi that, reey poubd ih qui01
confronsttedi with manytei demaned
andi has addedI' imrovemets o
thubinefit. ot county inittin
atS lat thi is tu atiELo lte ma
jty (of theptn Board. th iW
ther BIar is toing lew, it)( in iml
pasible tooknow withduty TI.e
andi teiuseamntion of the~ prsi
ol i b andieGran Jrvrntokt
tbe people know how the(irbt moe
ra'teing spn thato iiie's, anreo
me.in that hypbly n
t olysatemgnt, o thiir te pend
tues asoieE St thereus. Th
thebo:ietof t Cuthys Suaer
wouldtequtsire nt anill fua be
te ThCounty prdayd thi new
ppes. asit dis al ther exndsesa
og It de nthi comey ofli the ocke
ofrg theirmiulioney. TheLei
rblicatedo thise lawpor th
I vry tovio pthpo, ofa easti
orzu aviding ad itrosnd forto
t uh um!o a the rand Jury a
tra:ed toyi thei Cpremseiners, an
hty prote ab publi, offider theola
!uuto enred by iorsinga
touto hein ruied tou come t
the oblicTeaofuthe Wiuthou Suers
and makte aongeition thafiia,b
wol e quiredwthout thoug of n be
pnert That aony nwpap r thiue
pehnve at itse,w doeiothe expense
rt does that come lat of athie pockel
ofan the Comcmissilon The Legi
' fuchd urye as tielyrand ury
ISulcTrauy W0,S ithut regar
The Cause of Many
of Sudden DeathE
L- 1hcr. i a d.; c prevaillri in th
Ot.- cotntry a :;: ::z cl
tiv. Many st:;d.
t t;';? , e":Lth:; arc cauc%d l
It - heart di::e: :
j.I;:o tlnhl. hlcal
h:r c to' -19 ) .,4
rc e te te . .
- t '/ i ' . I I!:,. rr ans or th<l
1:. it . I(ii
7 a t ()
t - ~ -L '
I MG BR.i OT HERS,
~L HfSS EATON,
y ':r i-t 'eetiott) to everv stib
.crIber. I Onl 50L ein -; er.
A 1.ADIES' MAGAZINE,
AI -m berutihil colored plates; latest
i aims ;dressmaking economics ;fancy
er ; househco!d hints: fiction, etc. Sub
scre tody, nr, send Sc. for latest copy.
Stylish, Reliable, SImple, U p-to.
-date, il'.conomical and Absolutely
IPerfect-F'ittilg Paper Patterns.
Ali Seams Allowed anid Perforations show
thie Basting and Sewing Lines.
Oc'ly to uand z5 cents each-none highser.
Aski for ti em. Sold in nearly every city
T1IIE McCALL Co.,
113-115-117 Ract 31st St., NEW YORK.
Tightly Loclied Frorn
-Not Prevent Fits.
' Dr. Miles' Nervine Cured
A Dr. Miles' Nerv>.e }as been succese.fully
tried in thr,u.:and> ef cties o.f nervous disor
R ders,but never:Yt' ': :":e a bu'tter reccor' than
t when used! in th: treatmernt f 6ts or spasms.
Thousands oif testim--n,ins pr->ve this, and in
-nearly every insta:nce the writer has stated
that the fit. 'eased a!:er the first dose of Ner
vine was iven. The statement is repeated
in the fiowing:
"Seven years atgo my wife commenced
1 having spasmi or~ fnu and I called in my
home ph.aician an-! he said she was para
t3 iysed. Hie rubbed~ her with salt water and
gaeher calomel and she eventuallygo
soebetter, but In a short time she ad
another attack. She was confined to her
bed for hree months and the doctor could
* not help her. She hr .d 6its frequently, some
times very severe. ifer hands w ui dcrampl
8 so we could not open them anr~ sho fihally
ot so her jaws would becoma locked.
Finally I saw the doctVr was doi ji~her no
a good and ordered a bottle of Dr. Mles ' Re.
storative Nervine. She received so much
r benefit from the first bottle that I otsome
rmore.$ he has tak&n a number ofbottles
B bu hs never had a fit since takcin the fint
,, d e. She also thinks very highly of Dr.f
iwles' Nerve and Liver Pills nd Is never
wihout them. If there is any way of m1ak.
.Itn this testJmonlal atfoner do so because
e gooMth Dr.estorative N -
ikville, fis *LLHj,
FOiR THE ILITTLE ONES,
SHo"." the 1ntcr stz;ng Game of Adjec
tivec Ls, Played.
(ames a :lr" alwayv :cceptable.
Here"( I.. a n11't one wh'lielt yout Can
('as I\' nlakle. (lit strips of white
br"i-()1 boar1( (4f at \cry he"avy <1uali
. .\a : .11 lth' Atlrips of exactly
f ihe s11ucn' -:A', alit.ut tVO inlhles long
byv thre( ; .mrterI' I ti inch wide.
S(rc h( th< t'.4rti i.s nIit.. in news
p):'I' an,H..i a : me for adjectives
p'iblt.d1 ii large, i<l type, cut
the 1 (it.. paste' anl 1d;. "tiVe oin
eachslip. )1, 11(> have I h:e saime
aljc'tiv(e .:,i iInOre" thail oic, slip.
On "just o1. page.oI' I ia maaine aire
to be( fasuwlt thles(e -aIjeC(tive's: Rtelia
blt', lie-re, ttuispa n.it, salitary, an
i:; spt'e, tife.. saviI . elealn, h ealthy,
luahutalle, dtesirale, famIous5, pecul
i inild, . sati;fyinig. sweet and nat
Ira l S) you see inl a short itime
.v l canl -et a set, r.' 21)) or :30 .
\VI IVn yOu ha11ve co'l(% -tedl your ad
j((t\ es :-nd Iasie (1, byerm on1 the
lii 1 in(1i a pretty bcAy for them,
:nll w rite and slip' 'nsidle. with the
S:j i ('s, the following directions
1,h 1'l ph ri a(l"jl*(tiv'( a:
( b.I- one layer I'who ' r:at good
1:dr t o w4' l S(i e story, which
1 1 i. (t re:a(l ad4ou tl to the other
)1,1: r. ' 1)V l out. alil th1e adtjt%tives
tI the" (Ith("r Ii,ia ''1i4 the bhin1k Side
(f11 t h d btl h'tg,!;. o ''op. No play
tr iu:t 1IoIk at. 'his II ljective. The
r1 Ir I 111s the slt-' and paus1Ses
l e' 1 I 11ac a j( c:ive. E:a'l player
11i ir1 Irn 41'';; an ad"j(etive from his
h,n:; un Tr em1b. it in place of the
tid,i ,ie in tht s.orv.
'1II uIne u(1(s nlot lose interest
lI, (i 'dilirernt iltorv is read
b t i1n-, anld the adiect never
St'r n:is' . in the sars. wav. The
in::i' r' ;::si more unullSuall the ad
jtives ithe nrr'1'L' :' the game.
Thi. Will Fool Them.
a very -imle' way to have
- r ,n-: to ia-t all t he evening.
'1't t (l)i:t - before yOU intro
di n t a par;,y:
. piano sto(l oi the floor
; 1 the wai \ ll and stand awar
- \ l1 jut tw\ce the width
tol..ow .:toop down and
L :'i 7"I
-rm.To J F TF SOL
hd Ii t to l
h .b:nds, one on each side,
d anorward until the top of
r head1 tomu ce the wall, your
bewing' abniost horizontal.
atyou have to do now is to
lif t the' stool fromn the floor and
standl up straight again. You can't
You wonder why, of course. In
takin1g the p)osition dlescribed you
displace your center of gravity, and
you cannot raise y'ourself to an up
right position again without drop
ping the stool and giving the wall a
Let every boy in the company try
th. T1hey' w~ill all laugh at the
idea of not being able to do so sinm
ple a thing, but let them try, and
thywill laugh "on the other side
Notice to Stockholders I
Itv orde'r of the Board of Directors, a
m1lt ing' of the Stockholdlorsg of the Nor.
"is (%.'on Mills Compainy is hereby
MA RCII, 28t1r, 190:3,
att the President's ofileat OCale'chee, S.
('.. nt naon, for the ptirposc of voting on
I lhe qines:ien of increasing its( etipital from
two unu ire-1 to twvo hundred iand fifty
th 'ilUmd doQllar.<. TIheo increuase to be
ap.>'o,l to further enil"r,rement
D). K. NORRIS,
Presi4l- ni & Treasurer.
Cateschiee, S. C., Feby. 2(1 1603.
B A. MORG(AN, Tr. J. MAUr,DIN, I. M. MAULDIN
MORGAN, MA ULDIN & MAULDIN
(inhen over Earle's Drng St re. Of.
Fe' " 'wiya open. Businees will be given
Noilce to Tresrassers.
All per'sQ is aire hereby warned
not to hunt, fish,- cut timnber or
tres'pa.s tiny of our lands in any
way, without express permi.ssion
from us! or raither of us. This nlo
tice is given as warning against
trespanssere and any violationi of
the tsme will be prosecuted to the
full rxtont of the law,
fMCt4 B.~ P, Kelly,
W. J1 Kelly.
All prsoi g.hereby warned
no 4ohn.II.sI,4.yap or in anly
ot r wily trepasa: Ont any of iny
lanids. 'All fersons nie also niott
Iled that trespass of any natnt-e -or
kind on ainy of my land. by attock,1
fowls r,r any other. domestio 'ni*
malis is absolntely prohlbite4,- and
the.ownera ther~eot will be -roseou
ted if thej willfully.- violate this
To All Stockholders of State Alliance
:xclalge In Pickens County.
'1'he following rertificates of
Stock issued by State Allianct
Exchlange ar, no t in the hands of
Couity ''rusteou Stock holder Thi
is to nttily any polson holding
said certilicatos 10 Pend th-ml t<
mo at once at Roanuk-, S. C. If ro1
received in thirty days fron
1larch1 1st. I wil ally to ti
~Iln ers of the Exchange fol
duplicatt.S Tho object of thi
procerIt" ig lg is to collect ton,.
rol exchange paid by this Cu'
U11d rtt.u i Ballfi to the 1rigina
'The1u missing Cortificates ar*:
Cross Plali is, one share ; Iunters
ol blire ; G la-sy Mountain, Oil*
share; Maynard, on share; Mil.
Creek, on sh Ire ; 1etels Creek, on,1
shtart ; ('ed 1r Rock, one bhare ; litb
orty, one-half share.
W. 'T. O'DE L L,
Cotintee 'IrUbtee Stcck holder.
Notlet to 1)eblors & Creditors.
Perso's having claims against the 08
t, to of V. L 1'lichard. dect ased are r
tluested to ptreent thusamt, properly ait
testttd to the tntdersigned for payment
ly the 15 day of May, 1903 and
thto1"o indobted to s.tid estate mutist make
MARY A. PRICHARtD,
Porsons having ciaims against the
estato of J. T. Craig. deltceatsed, atre
re<ine'stt d to ptesent the0 samec properly
attotttl to the undtrsigned for pauyment
by Mlay 1, 1903, andi those inth bted to
stid estate tiust, make1 paymnlt to
A. J. 1;OUN.
S1'ATE OF S('UTII CAROLINA
County of Pickens.
1ln1 Common Pleas Court.
W. F. Durham, '
W. C. Senborn,|
''homt A M. )nrlam, for
JInem," Atistin Monroe
M :Duffli Durham, Relief.
Mary Ann Pe:ty, antd
Nan1y Missmiri Minton.
TO ''LIE E1)FENDAN'1'S, W. C.
Seaborn, '1'homats M. Durham, James
Austin Moton McDulFe )urham, Mlary
Ann Peay and Nancy Missouri Minton:
YOU ARE 1IERlY SUMMONED
and rectired to answer tho e:>m1pltint in
this action, of which i copy is herewit h
!ervtd upon you, and to serve a copy of
your answer to the said complain ton the
the s11bscribers at their olco at Pickens
G. II., South Carolina within twenty
days after the service hereof, exclusive
of the day of such service; and if you
fail to answer the complaint within the
time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this aotion
will appl,y to the Couit for the relief de
manded n the complaint.
Dated, Feby. 9, A. D. 1908.
..- A. J. 80008,
~SEA L. o.C. P.
MIorgan, M~anlidin & Mlauldin.
To tlbe absent defendtants Thomas M.
Durham, James Austin Monroec McDuf- 1
tie D)urham, Mary Ann Peay anld Naney
T1ake t:ot ice the~ originail complaint in
this action and the origlinal summons of
'hiich the foregoing is a copy were filed
in the office of the Clerk of Court of
Common Pleas cn the 9th day of Feby.
.A. D. 1903.
Thi.i Ft. by. 9, 1903,
.~~ A. J. BIOGGS, P
M~organ, Mauldin & Mauldin,
Watches, Clocks, SeWing Ma
Phonographs and Supplies!for sale at
FiNE SELECTION OF PHO
Always on hand.
Private and Public musical entertain
monts given on short notice.
Sewing Machines, Needles for all ma
ehines and tinest Sewing Machine oil al
ways on hand. New parts furnished and
fitted at short notice.
BIlcycles--Parts and FIndIngs,
Repair work done in all the above
lines-25 years experience.
WWatchles for Railroad Service a
I canf make it to your Interest to give
me a call for anything in the above lines.
Jeweiter and Job Printer,
Liberty, 8. 0.
Often Disagree With Us
tIoCIuse.we e8etdat of thein, Iudia
lestlon follo*a. Bd6t there's & way to
b.o&pe aclh todnuequehdos.i A diose ofa
1ood dlgestant lIke XRodol Will telve
ht once. Vout stam&ch it bimply
rektdgetwhat ou eat. Thas* bi
Withou te-t#ac t
bcatoa tst Wil te Mhesd e
The Great liighw a
Excellent Service Q -
Any Trip i% ,
Travel via T il
The Finest Dinin
For detailed Informnation et.
vattons address the nes-tes it of
Passenger 'Traffic Manager. C.
WASHINGTON. D. C. n U
th t:-ror of
open to n-)
strong purvIe !.ic'.
leave you in : -.v
which help t
iced the il t
REACH1EY~1 \ I1
Park wishes you benit,
ot year, and tenl smIile' fo -I
nith the right stuff alt the r
Mens and WYo -
A Few pairs of
Wool Blanke S
4'5FOR T I E NJVG T
Great Valnes in Meno anad WXn:'r
Sstuck deep in the price0 of at liH 'y
o roomn for them here. It w ill U:" y
iying Dry Goods and Shoes.
Vest Endi. 4iU
P. S. Mas.era Tomn Lia,ou icam vn
in the World.
_ "uni: Sleeping-Car reser..
N W. If. TAYiL.OE,
- t:.n. Paes.nger Ag6w,
" .11'LANTA. GA.
-- 0 1
'uII(if, knhe pres.
Sb:tigths m';et go:.
* PARKS before
Mciu will be glg4 ig